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Does Pippa Middleton use Botox?

Wed

She’s not even thirty yet and the younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge is already having to deal with rumours that she is undergoing anti-aging treatments to keep her complexion looking youthful. Pippa Middleton made her public debut last year when she was maid of honour for her older sister Kate at her wedding to Prince William.

Botox is primarily used to treat facial lines affecting the forehead, the area under the eyes, and wrinkles that form around the mouth; the toxin is used in tiny amounts to freeze muscle movement and stop the skin from crinkling when facial expressions are formed.

Even if she isn’t receiving Botox treatment, the 29-year-old doesn’t seem too perturbed by the gossip as she was seen leaving a London beauty clinic earlier this week; Pippa was spotted leaving the Santi Skin Spa in Kensington and the photographs were published online by Celebuzz. According to the celebrity publication, the clinic regards itself as London’s ‘premier laser hair removal centre and Botox clinic’. However, Pippa could have been visiting for any number of treatments, including a sugarcane peel or laser vein therapy – it was unclear whether she was there for facial injections or not. The Middleton camp didn’t have anything to say about the matter, so maybe she just popped in for a facial. 

Rugby player talks about orthodontic treatment

Fri

Newly-married England rugby star Mike Tindall has revealed that he had a little orthodontic help in the months leading up to his wedding to Zara Phillips. Mike, who plays for Gloucester during the rugby season, mentioned his treatment on the Invisalign company’s website, saying that he had refused to have traditional metal braces fitted when he was a child, only to regret the decision later in life.

Invisalign works using a transparent resin shield, which is placed over the teeth in order to gradually move them to a more desirable position – they are often referred to as ‘invisible braces’ because they are barely noticeable when worn. Mike credited the aligners with allowing him to continue playing rugby, as they are completely removable, he also commented on their appearance on his special day; ‘As a full time rugby player I knew traditional braces were not an option but Invisalign allows me to carry on playing sport and you won’t even see them in my wedding photos.’

Mike’s not the only new royal to have recently had their teeth fixed; the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is rumoured to have had her teeth straightened with lingual braces before her wedding to Prince William – lingual braces are made up of brackets and wires that are fitted to the back of the teeth instead of the front. Other celebrities, such as Kelly Brook and Myleene Klass, have also enjoyed similar treatment.

Royal wedding fan gets cosmetic dentistry ahead of big day

Thu

Man undergoes cosmetic dentistry for royal weddingA man from Bristol has spent £1,000 on cosmetic dentistry work ahead of the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton this week.

According to Dentistry.co.uk, Baz Franks, a 29-year-old plumber from Bristol, has had tattoos of the prince and his bride put on his two front teeth.

The source said that the cosmetic dentistry work – which features black and white headshot images of the happy couple – took around six hours and saw the tattoos painted on to Mr Franks's teeth using a stencil and brush.

Only temporary, the cosmetic dentistry work can be removed with vigorous brushing and will last around three months.

Before trying to get the teeth tattoos off, Mr Franks may want to follow the advice of toothpaste firm Colgate. According to the company, the best way to brush teeth is to clean the outer surfaces first, then the inner surfaces, the chewing surfaces and then the tongue.

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Teeth whitening popularity ‘on the rise’

Thu

More people looking to teeth whiteningTeeth whitening is a procedure on "everyone's wish list", it has been noted in a poll of cosmetic dentists.

According to an American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry survey published on DrBicuspid.com, the popularity of teeth whitening procedures has been on the rise and they look likely to remain a common choice for people in 2011.

Dental assistant and clinical editor at CPS magazine Shannon Pace Brinker said that in her practice, the cosmetic dentists are "doing more whitening than ever before" and that over the past year, she has carried out more than 400 teeth whitening treatments.

The poll showed that teeth whitening is particularly popular among women, with 65 per cent of people who had the treatment last year being female, the poll revealed.

Orthodontist Dr Didier Fillion recently told the Evening Standard of the benefits of cosmetic dentistry and commented that "society judges by appearance". One of his most high-profile clients is future wife of Prince William, Kate Middleton.  ADNFCR-2621-ID-800514814-ADNFCR

Kate Middleton ‘had cosmetic dentistry to prepare for engagement’

Thu

Kate Middleton 'had cosmetic dentistry to prepare for engagement'Most women would want to look good if the announcement of their impending wedding was big news to the world's press – and it has been reported that royal bride Kate Middleton underwent teeth whitening ahead of her engagement to Prince William.

According to the Daily Mail, Kate visited royal orthodontist Dr Didier Fillion to get her teeth made dazzling for the all-important engagement photos.

The source said that invisible braces were used in the procedure, fitted around the back of Kate's teeth so that they would not be seen.

"Her gleaming new smile looks as though it was topped off with a course of teeth whitening to give that Hollywood sparkle," it added.

Kate is set to join a wax version of the Royal Family at London's Madame Tussauds. The new addition, complete with perfect teeth just like the real life Kate, will be in place by the end of this year.

Kate is due to wed Prince William at Westminster Abbey this April.
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